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Bigg Boss 4, Day 69, Highlights: Saturday Night! Diwali Celebrations In The House.

Bigg Boss 4, Day 69, Highlights: Saturday night! Diwali celebrations in the house. 

Nagarjuna dazzled the stage with beautiful attire performing to an old number from his father's movie. 

Nag goes for snippets for the things that happened on Friday. Housemates tease one another and share funny moments while eating.  

Nag returns to Mana TV and interacts with housemates. To his surprise, he sees only Lasya and Abhijeet. The rest of the housemates hide. They come in pairs and perform dance numbers from Nagarjuna's hit movies. 

Nag hands them gifts for Diwali and also plays a game with them. Every housemate had to compare the other with firecrackers. Housemates compare one another and have a funny moment then.  

Nag gets back to Akhil and speaks with him for a while. He reprimands Akhil's complacency in getting out of the house. He asks him to pack the bags and leave the secret room to get evicted from the house. 

He packs the bag and goes to the house to say his goodbyes and have an Oppo selfie moment. Before leaving the house, he asks Akhil to give two people a friendship band and name four enemies. Akhil names Monal and Sohel as his friends and picks Abhi, Lasya, Harika, and Mehboob as enemies. Just then, Nag declares he is safe and can stay back. 

Housemates again break wax bottles to check their luck. Abhi is declared as safe, with other housemates' fate still hanging around.  

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